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it's been a dream of mine to restore it. and it's my dream for him to finish it. frank has something great to save up for. this is my dad. isn't that cool? and a very understanding girlfriend. i showed him a wells fargo savings account with my savings plan. [ frank ] and what it does is it takes a little bit of my money and puts it towards my goal. i want to get all the original parts and do it right. for my dad. there's a couple months in between parts. so, one at a time. [ male announcer ] wells fargo. with you when it's time to save. ♪ saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm,
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our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us.
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next at 4:00, getting rid of dangerous drugs in your home. a new program that could help a nationwide problem. plus, he is scheduled to be california's first execution in nearly five years. the deadline that could determine how he dies.
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>> and a fundraiser is underway for the people of san bruno. good afternoon. i'm dan noyes. there's a new push tonight from the drug enforcement administration to help prevent the abuse of prescription drugs by getting you to chuck what's in your cabinet. >> lisa: lisa amin gulezian joins us live now. >> lisa: some drugs are being sold, problem the police are trying to stop. they're hoping campaigns like this will help. people are cleaning out their medicine cabinets today. and bringing their extra or expired prescription to police departments all over the country. 25 dropoff cites were here in the bay area. in san francisco's tenderloin
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district. police want prescription drugs to come here instead of ending up out here. >> traditionally, street drug sales have been around the crack cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, some marijuana sales. we're now seeing a real increase in the sale of pharmaceutical pills. >> vicodin, oxycontin and morphine are the prescription drugs of choice on pill hill, the tenderloin. >> selling morphine. >> reporter: police stopped two people. another two got away. these men didn't have any pills on them. but one was still taken away for a probation violation. a sergeant told me more pill-pushers will be back in a matter of minutes. >> that's just from this morning. >> reporter: these drugs will be taken away and burned after today, which is exactly what this woman hopes will happen.
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>> there's cancer drugs that i had to turn in that was old. and so i didn't want them to get in at the wrong people's hands. >> reporter: according to the dea, one in seven teenagers a mitts to using drugs to get high. and 6.2 million americans abuse medicine that is not prescribed to them, more than the number who use heroin, ha lose know look ha lose know generals and cocaine combined. i just about everyone i spoke to today said they didn't know how to get rid of drugs correctly. they don't want to throw them in the trash. >> dan: the new "associated press" poll fines many americans don't support president obama's
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healthcare overhaul. the poll says four in ten adults say the health overhaul falls short, and one in five adults oppose the law because they dislike the government's involve. several key provisions went into effect this week. both president obama and the republicans used their weekly addresses to trade jabs on taxes and the economy. >> the new agenda, rejection of the notion we can simply tax, borrow, and spend our way to prosperity. it offers a new way forward that hasn't been tried in washington. an approach focused on cutting spending. >> dan: california -- president obama says many of the republican ideas were the very same policies that led to the economic crisis in the first place. >> it's grounded in the same
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wornout philosophy, cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires, cut the rules sponsor wall street and the special interests, and cut the middle class loose to fend for itself. that's not a prescription for a better future. it's an echo of a disastrous deck called we can't afford to relive. >> dan: the republicans are looking to take back congress in november and need to pick up 39 seats to take control of the house. california's first execution in nearly five years is scheduled for 12:01 wednesday morning, pending any last, minute appeals. albert brown has a decision to make to be executed with the here to -- three-drug come biggs or -- combination or sodium pentothal. he was convicted of raping and murdering a 15-year-old girl 30 years ago. they built a bigger death chamber and revised how the
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execution team is selected and trained. cleanup resumed in the heart of the san bruno disaster sewn. 29 of the 35 residents have signed a liability waiver which includes a guarantee they won't have any out of pocket estimates. pg&e will pick up the estimated $60,000 cost per house. officials hope to have the cleanup done before the rainy season begins. governor schwarzenegger discussed the dollars -- disaster in his radio address. >> i cannot just rely on pg&e or the puc. i want to really have experts drill in there and really examine and recommend systemic reforms to improve the oversight and the safety of our gas pipelines. >> dan: pg&e officials have been called to testify under oath at a senate hearing in washington,
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dc next week. there was a strong turnout in san san bruno today for a fan -- fundraiser. people bought t-shirts and enjoyed live music. >> it's not over yet. the devastation is the most horrible thing happened two weeks ago, and these families have to rebuild their lives, and there's a lot of people in the hospital still and people who are mourning the loss of people that passed away. so we're here to remind people it's still happening. >> dan: there was also a dodge ball tournament. an early morning house fire in san jose has left six people without a place to live. the fire was reported just after midnight at a two-story house on newport avenue. the fire started in a shed in the back of the house and spread to the second floor and roof.
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the house was completely destroyed. six people were sleeping but were able to get out. the cause is under investigation. the president of the philippines is visiting the south bay. he was sworn in, in june. a group called, we are one filipino, hosted a really for him, hoping to raise awareness of a new generation of filipinos who have a new attitude. their yellow shirts were inspired by the 1986 people power revolution. and president aquino was attending a gala tonight, and we sat down with the president for a one-on-one interview, and ill have that at 11:00. as if things weren't bad enough in haiti, it just got worse. a powerful storm rips through the capitol city, destroying thousands of aging tent comp --
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camps. and here in california, people spent a sunny outdoors on the beach for a good cause. >> a great day to be at the beach. i'm filling in for leigh glaser. we had some really hot temperatures today. i will tell you what they were, what you can expect for tomorrow, and when the heat peaks for the@t
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>> dan: a powerful rain storm caused panic in haiti's capital port-au-prince. it tore down trees and billboards and tent homes. five people were killed in the storm, including two children. more than 2,000 tents were damaged or destroyed.
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it was more than eight months ago when a massive earthquake devastated the capitol, and millions are still living in tents. in the midwest, flood worries are not over despite some dryer weather. while some residents can return to their homes, others their still evacuating. today the cleanup begins. we have a report from wisconsin. >> reporter: this morning, across the upper midwest, drivers plodding through the remnants of war raged with mother nature. the football field was no match for the rushing waters. these cars didn't fare much better. day three of the flooding and several area returns keeping residents at bay. >> started out a foot an hour. so i was in a panic. >> reporter: most evacuees return home and find water
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damage. this family returned home and found the river caused the foundation of their home to collapse. >> where do you go from sneer. >> -- from here? >> i don't know, just wait. >> reporter: thursday's rainfall, more than a month's worth in less than 24 hours, continues to cause serious problems. >> this is an historic event. the water levels here i think are beyond what most people have-under andensed in their life. >> reporter: in south dakota, this creek ran into people's homes, and in are dade -- arcadia, wisconsin, the sheriff's department went door-to-door. >> we don't want to get you in the boat. >> keith was determined not leave. without getting a half foot of water out of his basement. >> rising or staying the same? >> the fire department told me they think it's going down. i hope it is.
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>> dan: today is the annual coastal cleanup day and this was the scene this morning at san francisco's ocean beach. hundreds of volunteers of all ages enjoyed the nice weather and spent it helping out a good cause. they rye moved plastic bags, cigarette butts and other items. more than 800,000 californians have removed more than 14 million pounds of debris from the state shorelines since 1985. today is a "spare the air" day, the seventh this year. air quality officials say smog levels are especially bad in the south bay, but there's no free public transit and no ban on burning wood. frances is back with the forecast. >> frances: they issued a "spare the air" alert for tomorrow. so we have another nice day for us. here's a live shot. looking from towards the northeast, and that's the
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richmond san rafael bridge in the distance. look at the sailboats. winds are actually pretty light. it's been a beautiful day so if you get to spend some time at the beach, it would be great to do so now. even tomorrow, another nice day. check out these current temperatures in san francisco, 82. 91 in oakland and 96 in livermore. even half moon bay, 72. so if you want cooler weather, head to the coach. it has warmed up from yesterday. we're as much as seven degrees warmer in some locations such as oakland and los gatos, and eight degrees warmer in livermore. so a mild evening ahead of us. great to go out tonight. another warm day tomorrow, and then we hit triple digit heat on monday. so, things even warmer for the beginning of the work week. we have this large ridge, this area of high pressure. that brought us the warm air mass today. now, tomorrow there's this cooler air mass that's going to
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nudge the jetstream a little further down, and it will weaken the high pressure. however, it's still going to bring us warm weather tomorrow, and then the ridge strengthens again on monday, and even warmer temperatures on monday. so here's you overnight lows. so mild. 60 degrees in palo alto. 61 in san jose. concord, 60 degrees. so if you want to air out your house, tonight is a good night to do it. tomorrow, we can expect another hot one in san jose. 92 your high. 90 in sunnyvale. on the peninsula, upper 80s to low 90s. also be a great day to head to the festival in pacifica. should be called "end of the fog "because there won't be any fog. san francisco, 86 your high. 76 in the sunset district. 90s in petaluma and napa.
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in the east bay, near 90 degrees in most locations. interior valleys, mid, even upper 90s tomorrow so another hot day. and as we head down to monterrey bay, 92 in santa cruz. that would be a nice spot at the beach. here's a look at the seven-day forecast. a very warm day tomorrow. much like today. and then things heat up. we're talking 100-degree temperatures inland. gradual cooling throughout the work week. overall, looks like a really great week. we're finally getting our summer, and -- >> dan: beach day. >> frances: yeah, head over to the beach. >> dan: shu is here with a preview of sports. >> mike: college football rules the roost on saturday. the cardinals show the nation the cardinals show the nation they are for@ú@ú@ú@ú@ú@ú@ú@ú@ú@ç
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man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug? yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own place. let the marathon begin!
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>> dan: stanford is the real deal. >> mike: last time they won in south bend, we were in our 30s. since 1992. dan was in his 30s. seventh straight loss for stanford. this rivalry does not getting enough respect. first quarter, here comes the blitz. makes a tremendous grab in the end zone. 16 yards, stanford up 7-3, then in the second quarter, stanford bringing the heat. under 30 seconds to play. luck over the middle to whalen.
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17-yard pickup. just before the half, nate whittaker splits the uprights. one of his four field goals. 16-6 stanford. in the fourth. from one yard out. going over the top. maurice playing both ways. 13 seconds later, picks off chris, and nothing but green in front of him. 20-yard return. a touchdown on offense and defense. stanford improves to 4-0 with a 37-14 victory. big sec showdown. arkansas and alabama. first quarter, razorbacks getting down to business. wingo, jr., makes one man miss and is in. 43 yards on the play, 7-0 hogs. in the third, bama comes back. the crimson tide down 20-14. alabama completes the come back.
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mark ingram punks -- punches it in. crimson tide survive 24-20. don't forget to join us after the game tonight mete immediately -- immediately following boise state. we resident get started around 8:30. >> as the a's wind down their season, all they have left is playing spoiler. gonzalez getting the start for the a's and got some run support in the bottom of the first. suzuki grounds one to second. kinsler bobbles it. no double-play. davis scores, 1 or a's. but the rangers respond in the third. michael young. liftoff, deep to left and gone. tied at 1. then in the 6th. cantu breaking that tie. lines a single into left. kinsler scores. can -- in the ninth, rangers lead 4-3.
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>> let's tee it up. third round of the tour championship. goosen, birdie on 14, 4-under 66 for goosen. 7-under. your leader, jim furyk. his approach on the par-4 14th going like this a lot. within a foot. sets up a birdie. furyk was even today. he was kicked out of one of these tawrmts for missing the pro-am. at 8-under, a one-stroke lead going into sunday's final round. the earthquakes beat toronto 3-2. check out the upsets around the nation. >> dan: up next, major u.s. offensive is underway in afghanistan to get rid of the taliban. it's an area never before entered by coalition forces. plus, the man in charge of handing out money to businesses in the gulf oil spill, is making
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a new promise, and lindsay lohan is free today.
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>> dan: this morning, a major new u.s. offensive began in afghanistan, to push the taliban out of an area they virtually
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controlled throughout their existence. an abc news crew is on the front line, imbedded with the 101st 101st airborne. >> reporter: -- we're back to make history. we're going to go out there and fight with valor and tremendous bravely. >> reporter: under cover of darkness, a massive and powerful force of 8,000 troops launched operation dragon strike. >> go, go, go! >> reporter: three simultaneous attacks along a river near canada hard. -- canada hard. the green zone, a taliban stronghold never before entered by coalition forces. much of the first day was spent finding and destroying caches of weapons. as for the taliban themselves, there's nowhere to be found, they wisely fled the area to stand and fight another day. combat engineers using plastic
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explosives have destroyed bombmaking facilities and cleared improvised devices before advancing troops. the green zone is the gateway to can't hard, -- kandahar and wasa save haven for the taliban. home to tall tan hotels or bed-down positions. the taliban wanted to hold this area. for now they're gone. now it's the 101st's might -- mission to find them and destroy them. >> dan: a man detained after a tip-off he was carrying explosives on a pakistan airliner has been released. the plane was diverted to sweden after canadian police received a tip that the man was carrying explosives. no explosives were found on the
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plane. canadian authorities are investigating whether the tip was a terrorism hoax. iran's president is back home in tehran today are attending the u.n. he made some controversial remarks before the september 11th attacks. president obama accused iran's president of making offensive and hateful comments when he said most of the world thinks the u.s. was behind the attacks to benefit israel. at the u.n. today, palestinian president bass says there will be no peace deal with israel. he says israel must make a choice, peace or continuing settlement construction in east jerusalem. the moratorium on construction ends tomorrow. direct talks stalled after three weeks in washington, washington.
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>> debt checker calls are among the highest consumer complaints but these calls are resist and we found the people behind the calls work behind one of america's banking giants. here's brian ross. >> received august 7th at 8:10 p.m. >> reporter: an overdue payment of $81 on a bank of america credit card led to the following message. >> [bleep] back to [bleep] africa. >> reporter: the recipient, alan jones of dallas says the calls came after he told them his account had been paid. >> the representative said, we can call you as many times as we want. >> reporter: the racist, obscene calls continued. in virginia, in a case of
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mistaken identity, another customer had similar rough found tactics. >> can't pick up the phone now? huh? what? little punk. >> reporter: brocks said he received calls like that for months until they finally realized they had the wrong bank of america customer. >> i had no way to put an end to the phone calls. >> reporter: the calls to the bank of america customers came from a debt collection agency, a. c. t. in texas. one of the debt collectors who made the offensive calls, a company supervisor, testified in a lawsuit that he was hired there just seven months after leaving prison. >> a prison mentality. these are the people a.c.t. chose to hire to collect debt for bank of america. >> reporter: the company says the callers were rogue operators and it has since improved oversight. >> what happened did not represent the policies and the
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work that our employees do. >> reporter: but a jury held both the callers and a.c.t. responsible in a verdict of more than $1.5 million. yet, bank of america continued to use the same debt collection agency. even after we sent them tapes of the phone calls. >> [bleep], [bleep],. >> reporter: the bank refused to talk to us on camera, so we went looking for the ceo. brian moynihan. to ask him why his bank still used the agency and to give him a copy of the phone calls. >> is that acceptable to you? the f-word? >> that is not acceptable. >> will you let me know? >> yes. >> that's brian ross reporting. the administrator for in the victims of the gulf oil spill says people should start getting bigger payments and faster. the claims will be sorted by industry. that will allow those reviewing claims to apply a specific and
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uniform set of standards. in the gulf coast is still recovering after an april 20th april 20th big rig explosion killed 11 workers and led to a sp huge spill in the gulf. employment agencies in the bay area are running a drug takeback program. you can drop of your unused prescription mid indication at police and sheriff's offices around the bay. we have a list of the participating agencies on our webs, click on "see it on tv". did a san jose cop go too far during a fake arrest of a teenage center we show you the teenage center we show you the video and the new rules the
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>> dan: in los angeles, eight people were shot and one person was killed after a fight broke out at a house party. three others were stabbed. police are looking for one suspect. gunfire broke out this morning. two of the gunshot victims suffered critical injuries and the others injured are in stable condition. the incident does not appear to be gang-related. san jose's police chief is considering new rules how cops interact with people they know it comes after an officer arrested a 15-year-old boy for having sex with his stepdaughter. the incident was caught on a cell phone camera. here's the story. >> the father of a 15-year-old boy accused of having sex with a san jose police officer's
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stepdaughter, secretly took this cell phone video on august 30th and gave it to the san jose mercury news, and we showed it to the independent police odd it -- auditor, who couldn't comment but pinpointed two policies listed in the duty manual that should be scrutinized. >> when an officer is on duty or off duty, officers will avoid becoming involved in disputes occurring in their own neighborhoods. >> reporter: the other deals with an officer's code of conduct involving personal feelings. the teenager's parents insist the officer was out of line that night. >> does not bode well for you. not a good thing. if the person you have sex with is a cop's daughter. >> reporter: but the officer's attorney paints a different
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picture, one of a concerned father who was actually given permission by the boy's pend -- parents to use scared-straight tactics. >> at no time do you hear the parents objecting, getting upset, crying. so the video is absolutely exculpatory from the cop's perspective. >> reporter: the attorney points to this moment when the father speaks to his son while he is cuffed. >> use your head. think about what he is talking to you about. >> reporter: his department is reviewing this duty manual, which does not make specific mention of this type of behavior. >> we determine there should be probably a very specific section that addresses this. we're several versions into creating one. >> reporter: abc-7 news. >> dan: actress lindsey lindsey low hap is free again -- lindsay lohan is free again after
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posting a $300,000 bail. yesterday she was ordered to be held without bail until an october court ruling, but his ruling was overturned after her attorney appealed the ruling. this was her third stint in jail for a drug and drunken driving case in television. -- 2007. -- 2007. what's behind an expxpxpxpxp
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man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug? yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own place.
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let the marathon begin! >> dan: a russian capsule carrying three straw -- astronauts touch down today one day late. the trio, two russians and one
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american, spent 176 days in space and 174 days aboard the station. the soyuz was there in november of 2007. in a tight question, charter schools are thriving. they're getting more and more support from the government and from entrepreneurs as well. we have an analysis from our media partner, california watch, nonprofit project for the center for investigative journalism. here's our education reporter. >> reporter: flexibility is one reason why charter schools are growing. this one is a good example. >> our students spend three-quarters of their day in regular classrooms with their instructional teachers and then a quarter of the day in the learning lab where they're on computers, getting individualize it instruction that pushes them towards their learning goals. >> reporter: a longer school day
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from 8:00 to 4:00 and tutoring, and unlike traditional public school, they have a merit pay system for teachers, something the obama administration supports. >> we strongly believe that teachers teachers should be recognized for student achievement, and they should be rewarded for and it recognized. >> reporter: these are all things that traditional schools can't do because they must follow the framework and click -- curriculum imposed by the states, and parents are looking for alternatives. >> we trying to get better location for the kids, and get ready for college. >> reporter: this academy is one of four charter schools that opened this year in santa clara county. according to california watch, the total number of new charter schools in the state, 89. >> louis freeberg is with california watch. he says in these hard economic times, flexibility has allowed
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charter schools to weather the storm. >> in terms how they find teachers, in terms of the length of the school day, how they deploy the staff, in terms of getting outside volunteers. >> reporter: charter schools aren't public and get the same funding as the traditional public schools. and while they seem to be expanding, freeburg says they aren't all necessarily better. >> they don't present a pan see ya for all states and the entire country, that we still need to really look at the regular public schools, how we're going to improve them and make sure all kids succeed. >> reporter: in san jose, abc-7 news. >> dan: boy, you talk about a beach day, frances. >> frances: yeah. a nice day for that tomorrow, and monday. you're going to do some surfing so monday will be a good day. here's a live shot in san jose. sunny skies, clear, it's 91 degrees right now in san jose.
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so, we're at 10 degrees above normal, and we jumped 10 degrees in some locations from yesterday. some locations from yesterday compared to this time yesterday. so 82 degrees right now in san francisco. 87 in mountain view. hot spot, 96, in livermore. we even see some low 90s in the north bay. so what you can expect for today, "spare the air" alert in effect, as well as for tomorrow. a mild evening tonight if you have plans to go outside. another warm day tomorrow. and then the heat peaks on monday. triple digit heat. so here's a look at the air quality forecast for sunday. santa clara valley, poor air quality. 101. so, if you have some sensitivities to the air quality, you may want to stay indoors. then it's moderate in the inland east bay and the north bay, and then of cores -- of course, along the coast, good air quality, and cooler
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temperatures. we have this ridge of high pressure bringing us this warm air mass. that's going to stay with us for the next few days. it slightly weakens tomorrow, so temperatures hold steady and then builds back on monday so we'll see the cumulative of the warm air mass. here's a look at lows. mild for the evening. we're talking about lows in the upper 50s to 60s even, 60 in concord and palo alto, and 59 in san mateo. so it will be a comfortable evening to go out as well. so great news for weekend plans in san jose, 92 your high for tomorrow. another hot day in the south bay. look for warm weather as well along the peninsula. 90 in palo alto. pacifica with the fogfest and no fog. so a comfortable 75 degrees. downtown san francisco, up to 86. lots of sunshine as well throughout in the north bay, with 95 in sonoma and napa. so try to stay hydrated.
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warm in the east bay. near 90. and in the interior valleys, upper 9 0s, and then look out for this area to reach 100 degrees on monday. hoss -- still a great day in santa cruz with a high of 92. here's the seven-day forecast. today is -- will be much like tomorrow -- tomorrow, i should say, will be much like today. then it's going to warm up monday. and lots of sunshine. we're finally getting summer. >> dan: love it. shu is back. >> mike: great day for football but not one local team was in town. stanford beating notre dame in south bend for the first time since 1992. and an u u u u u0j0j0j0j0j0j0j0ó
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>> mike: stanford has not beat the fighting irish in south bend since 1992. cardinals hope towing end the drought today.
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this rivalry does not get enough respect. first quarter, cardinals down 3 or. here comes the blitz. watch this catch. 238 yards he threw for. later in the quarter, stanford bringing the heat. the fumble recovery leads to a field goal. second quarter, luck over the middle. whaleen, 1 yard -- 17-yard pickup. 16-6 stanford at the half to the fourth, stanford puts the aim game away. nothing but grown in front of him. 20 yards on the scoring return. stanford improves to 4 or with a 37-14 victory. elsewhere in the pac-10, big upset in austin, ucla and texas. the bruin defense was the story.
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gilbert picked off by ayers. one of five long horn turnovers. then all sorts of running room. 3 yards to the house. 27-6 bruins. ucla pulls off the upset over texas. 34-12 your final. >> in the palouse, usc opening pac-10 play against washington state. cougars jump out to a 7-0 lead, but all trojans after that. 59 yards for six. and that game is tied at 7. later in the first, matt barkley to robert woods. barkley through for 209 yards. usc remains unbeaten. big sec show down. arkansas hosting alabama. first quarter, razorbacks getting down to business. wingo is wide open and taking
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flight. 43 yards, 7-0 hogs. in the third, bama trying to come back. clemson tide down. alabama completes the comeback after the interception. mark ingram punches it in. rushed for 151. crim son tide survive 24-20. don't forget to join us after the game tonight immediately following boise state and oregon state. game kicks off at 5:00. and we start at 8:30. if as the ro's wind down all they have left is playing spoiler. gonzalez getting the start for the a's. run support in the bottom of the first. suzuki, grounds one to second. kinsler bobbles it. no double play. davis scores. the rangers respond in the third. michael young has liftoff. deep to left and gone. a solo blast. his 21st. game tied.
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then in the sixth, cantu, breaks that tie. lines a single into left. kinsler scores, 2-1. cantu would later homer. rangers clinch with the victory. let's tee it up. third round of the tour championship. the final fedex culp playoff event. retief goosen, sinks the birdie. 7-under. the leader is jim furyk. going like this a lot. to within a foot. sets up bird. he was even today. he was kicked out of a tournament for missing the pro-am several weeks ago. one stroke lead going into sunday's final round. earthquakes defeat toronto. and boise state and oregon state on deck. >> dan: stafford going both ways. >> mike: has guy was leroy keys for purdue due in the 60s. >> dan: that does it for us at
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4:00. 4:00. see you our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm, then call an agent at 1-800-state-farm
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